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Useful Links

Links to Parenting Information:

Early Words Literacy
Families NSW
Kids Matter
ParentLine NSW
Parenting Ideas
Parenting SA
Playgroups NSW
Raising Children's Network
Triple P

Links to Local Parenting Information:

Alphabet Street
Little Hands in the Hunter
Newcastle's Child
Resourcing Parents
The Mummy Project


Links to Parenting Resources:

Free Printable Behaviour Charts - as the title suggests this website has a range of free behaviour charts for the little child to the older child and everything in between.
One Stop Sensory Shop - Newcastle
Parentshop - if you are interested in purchasing 1-2-3 Magic and Emotion Coaching resources to read/watch at home than this is where to be.
Twinkl - another fantastic free resource site, filled with resources such as visual timetables, behaviour charts and so much more

Other Useful Links:

The following websites are invaluable for keeping services up to date with the latest research. As well as providing an array of information each website also produces an electronic publication or newsletter that you can subscribe to so you can automatically receive publications directly to your email.

Australian Childhood Foundation
The Australian Childhood Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to supporting children and families devastated by abuse, family violence and neglect.
http://www.childhood.org.au/

Australian Institute of Family Studies
The Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) is the Australian Government's key research body in the area of family wellbeing. Its role is to increase understanding of factors affecting how Australian families function by conducting research; and disseminating findings. The Institute's work provides an evidence base for developing policy and practice related to the wellbeing of families in Australia.
http://www.aifs.gov.au/

Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY)
The Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) is a national non-profit organisation which focuses on bringing together researchers, policymakers and practitioners, to turn the best evidence on 'what works' for child and youth wellbeing into practical, preventative action to benefit all young Australians.
http://www.aracy.org.au/

Centre for Community Child Health
The Centre for Community Child Health (CCCH) has been at the forefront of Australian research into early childhood development and behaviour for over two decades. CCCH conducts research into the many conditions and common problems faced by children, such as obesity, language and literacy delay, and behavioural concerns, that are either preventable or can be improved if recognised and managed early.
http://www.rch.org.au/ccch/

Child Family Community Australia (CFCA)
Quality, evidence-based publications and resources for professionals in the areas of protecting children, supporting families and strengthening communities.
http://www.aifs.gov.au/cfca/

Children of Parents with a Mental Illness (COPMI)
The COPMI (Children of Parents with a Mental Illness) national initiative develops information for parents, their partners, carers, family and friends in support of these children. This information complements online training courses developed by COPMI for professionals to support families either individually or through community services and programs.
http://www.copmi.net.au/about-us.html

Community Builders NSW
This site is an interactive electronic clearing house for everyone involved in community level social, economic and environmental renewal including community leaders, community & government workers, volunteers, program managers, academics, policy makers, youth and seniors.
http://www.communitybuilders.nsw.gov.au/

Family and Relationship Services Australia
Family & Relationship Services Australia (FRSA) is the national peak body for family relationship and support services.
http://www.frsa.org.au/

Healthy Start
Healthy Start is a national capacity building strategy which aims to improve health and wellbeing outcomes for children whose parents have learning difficulties.
http://www.healthystart.net.au/

Human Services Network (HS Net)
The Human Services Network (HSNet) is a free, secure website for workers in the NSW government and non government human services and justice sector.
This site provides a central location to share information with people working in the same field, region or across the state
https://www.hsnet.nsw.gov.au/login/login.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2fDefault.aspx

Infant and Early Childhood Emotional and Wellbeing Conference 2013
Joint communique AAIMHI and ARACY

http://www.iecsewc2013.net.au/index.php

Let’s Read
Reading with children from birth to five years
Let's Read promotes reading with kids.
Reading together helps kids to develop a love of books and teaches important skills like naming letters and playing with word sounds.
http://www.letsread.com.au/Home

National Disability Insurance Scheme
NDIS is the National Disability Insurance Scheme - a new way of providing community linking and individualised support for people with permanent and significant disability, their families and carers.
http://www.ndis.gov.au/

Playgroup NSW
Playgroup NSW provides the support for all families with babies and children under 6 to participate in relevant playgroups, develop social and community connections, and access related learning resources
http://www.playgroupaustralia.com.au/nsw/

Office of the Children’s Guardian
The NSW Commission for Children and Young People works to improve the safety, welfare and wellbeing of all children and young people in NSW. We speak up for kids to get their points of view heard by adult decision makers. We engage with the children and young people of NSW and listen to their feedback and input.
http://www.kids.nsw.gov.au/

ParentLine NSW
Talk to a professional Counsellor for tips to make life easier. Call 1300 1300 52 or visit website.
http://www.parentline.org.au/

Parenting Research Centre
The Parenting Research Centre is dedicated to supporting parents. We believe that the most effective way to support parents is through developing resources, programs and policies based on scientific evidence. The Parenting Research Centre is an independent non-profit research and development organisation with an exclusive focus on parenting, dedicated to gathering scientific knowledge of effective parenting and developing practical programs to help parents raise happy healthy children.
http://www.parentingrc.org.au/

Resourcing Parents
Resourcing Parents provides parenting education information to parents and carers of children aged 0-18 years. The calendar of Parenting Education programs is current and the site is funded by the NSW government to support families.
http://www.resourcingparents.nsw.gov.au/

NGO Learning Centre
Community Services (CS) has a NGO Learning Centre - a free portal that provides accessible training and resources for those working and providing services to children, young people, families and communities in NSW.
http://elearning.community.nsw.gov.au/ngo

 

 

 


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